We take pride in our collaborative teamwork approach, hence why we believe the design-build model is the way forward for the interior fit-out of commercial office spaces.
Owners often lack construction or project management expertise, get caught up in cost overruns, change orders, schedule delays, and designer-contractors dispute. The lack the experience to handle these challenges properly, adds to the frustration of management and employees equally.
Here at Dancon, we think there is a better way to build. As your single point of contact, we take your project from interior office design and material sourcing, right through to construction, keeping ourselves liable and your costs down every step of the way.
As your single source of accountability, we plan, budget, design, and build a project by streamlining what once was a labor-intensive coordination effort among various conflicting teams.
Our design and construction teams work harmoniously to achieve a common goal: deliver innovative workspace solutions tailored to your unique needs. The collaboration of these two teams allows for meticulous planning and preparation during the design phase - before construction begins - resulting in cost reduction, value engineering, and timely execution.
We stand by an initially agreed budget and lock-up construction costs from the early design phase.
Through process integration, construction can overlap design, significantly speeding up project completion.
Our expertise and reliable suppliers work in your favor, requiring less of your time, engagement, and resources.
We align design options with your budget, schedule, and quality standards while maintaining cost control at every stage.
Our integrated team of workplace experts guarantees a seamless, stress-free project, significantly diminishing owner's risk and liability.
We listen to your needs, wants, and pain points, and strive to deliver workplace solutions that empower teams and grow the business.
The traditional process of transforming design into an actual build environment is somewhat broken. The risk of design error remains with the owner, as the general contractor is entitled to rely on the sufficiency of the owner’s design, thus when discrepancies occurs, it results in costoverruns and construction delays born by the client.
See why our Design-Build versus Traditional Construction Approach is more valuable to you
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